Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Sociology of Sport
Lecturer Salary from £34,304 p.a
Senior Lecturer Salary from £39,739 p.a
The level of appointment would be determined by the selection panel following an interview.
Additional Information: full-time 37 hours per week, 12 month fixed-term research fellowship cover post
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We are seeking to appoint a 12-month fixed-term Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Sociology of Sport. You will deliver undergraduate modules, supervise undergraduate projects and contribute to the employability potential of our students. An ability to teach and lead the level 5 module ‘Sociology of Sport, Health and the Body’ would be an advantage, but there is flexibility.
You will be a great communicator and team player, making a significant contribution to the Department’s learning and teaching, research and practice and academic enterprise in Sociology of Sport. You should hold or be in the latter stages of a postgraduate degree, ideally a PhD. The post-holder will be joining sport and exercise scientists and social scientists in the Sport, Health and Performance Enhancement (SHAPE) research group.
Background information on the Department of Sport Science.
Nottingham Trent University has a long and established history for delivering sport related courses. The Department of Sport Science currently comprises ~55 academic staff, ~45 PhD students and large undergraduate and MRes cohorts. Recent investment into the Department has enhanced our physical resources, research environment and the student learning experience. We offer a friendly, supportive environment of excellence and invite you to join us.
If you have any specific queries in relation to this position, please contact Prof Angus Hunter, Head of Department of Sports Science, via email email@example.com or Dr Graham Sharpe, Deputy Head of Department of Sports Science, via email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to know more about the ‘Sociology of Sport, Health and the Body’ module please contact Dr Gavin Weedon via email email@example.com
Interview Date: 24th June 2022
Closing date: 6th June 2022
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This role is open to non-UK/Irish applicants subject to current UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) rules. Please ensure that you have the appropriate right to work in the UK for this role and consult the Home Office website for further information.
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Please note that this role is covered by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and successful applicants will be asked to declare any unspent criminal convictions.